Ed Langton

Habersham Metal Products Inc., a Georgia-based manufacturer of custom detention steel doors and frames, windows, chase units, wall panels and ceilings, named Ed Langton director of sales and marketing.

Dennis Schrantz

Dennis Schrantz joined Northpointe Institute for Public Management Inc. as senior policy analyst.

Doug Shaw

Doug Shaw, AIA, joined Wakefield Beasley and Associates, which is headquartered in Norcross, Ga., to lead the architectural firm’s civic/municipal studio.

Bruce Omtvedt

Bruce Omtvedt, AIA, joined HDR Architecture Inc. as a senior justice planner.

Stone, Ewing, Pleasant

PSA-Dewberry, the Fairfax architecture practice of Virginia-based Dewberry, promoted Donald Stone Jr., PE, to chief executive officer, succeeding Ronald Ewing, PE, RLS. Stone, an engineer with nearly 30 years of industry experience, previously served as COO. He is succeeded in that post by Dan Pleasant, PE, president of Dewberry’s southeast division.

2010 Warden of the Year

The North American Association of Wardens and Superintendents named Corrections Corporation of America’s Ralph Kemp Warden of the Year for 2009-10.

Dennis Dunne, 1936-2010

Dennis Dunne, a pioneer of California’s prison building program in the 1980s, died Feb. 12, 2010. The San Francisco native was 74.

Oldcastle Veterans Move Up Company Ladder

Precast concrete manufacturer Oldcastle promoted Daniel Nyce and Doug Bruhns.

James W. Brown

Southern Folger Detention Equipment Co. hired James W. Brown as director of sales and marketing. Brown, who previously worked at Norment Security Group, has 18 year’s experience in the detention industry.

Ed McGee

Louisiana-based precast concrete manufacturer Fibrebond Corp. hired Ed McGee as business development manager. McGee, who brings 23 years of correctional industry experience to his new position, will work out of the firm’s headquarters in Minden.